The Chelsea Girls

By Fiona Davis - Published 2019


Hazel lands in Naples, Italy in 1945 as the newest member of the USO tour. She hopes to follow her family onto the stage, ...Read Review

The Masterpiece

By Fiona Davis - Published 2018


In her previous two novels (The Dollhouse and The Address), Fiona Davis centered her story around a landmark building in New York City. ...Read Review

The Enchantress of Numbers

By Jennifer Chiaverini - Published 2017


Biographical Fiction

The only legitimate daughter of George Gordon, Lord Byron, is the focus of Chiaverini’s newest novel. Born in 1815 of a disastrous marriage ...Read Review

The Address

By Fiona Davis - Published 2017


The concept underlying The Address offers a great deal of potential. The Dakota, an iconic New York building built in the 1880s, has ...Read Review

Beyond the Bright Sea

By Lauren Wolk - Published 2017


Children/Young Adult

In 1913, a baby is born. A few hours later, the infant is placed in a boat and set to sea. She is rescued ...Read Review

Fates and Traitors: A Novel of John Wilkes Booth

By Jennifer Chiaverini - Published 2016


Biographical Fiction

We’ve all heard of John Wilkes Booth, the actor who assassinated President Lincoln, but who knows much about Booth beyond that? In ...Read Review

The Last Ranch

By Michael McGarrity - Published 2016



Kevin Kearney, the protagonist of a successful detective series, has roots that go deep in the New Mexican past, as does his creator, ...Read Review

The Dollhouse

By Fiona Davis - Published 2016


1952. When 17-year-old Darby McLaughlin moves from Defiance, Ohio to New York to take a secretarial course, she quickly falls under the spell of ...Read Review

Wolf Hollow

By Lauren Wolk - Published 2016


Children/Young Adult

In western Pennsylvania during WWII, there was an area in between farmlands called Wolf Hollow. The name, coined several generations back, originated from ...Read Review

Christmas Bells

By Jennifer Chiaverini - Published 2015


In 1863, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, still reeling from a personal tragedy and living amid the national tragedy of the Civil War, wrote the poem “...Read Review

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